How to Find the Emoticon for Theater (Comedy/Tragedy) Mask

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How to Find the Emoticon for Theater (Comedy/Tragedy) Mask
Printed examples of theatre emoticons. (Hemera Technologies/AbleStock.com/Getty Images)

If you chat online with friends and you're a huge theatre fan, you might want to upload the comedy/tragedy mask emoticon to use while you're online. The classic masks have represented theatre for centuries, and now you can use them to express yourself when you're chatting online with your friends.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Go online and check out Yahoo's Hidden Emoticon site. This website works only for Yahoo messenger, and if you don't have messenger you can download it from Yahoo's main page. Browse through hundreds of emoticons in the aforementioned site. You're bound to find the comedy/tragedy mask emotion you're trying to find. Then simply download the emoticon and use it when you're chatting with your friends!

  2. 2

    Go to Clip Art Of to find the comedy/tragedy emoticons. The images on this site are high quality, and you can use them when you text or send e-mails. The only drawback with this site is that you must pay to use the emoticons. If you don't mind spending some money, Clip Art Of is a great place to find theatrical emoticons.

  3. 3

    Type "theatre emoticons" into a search engine and look at all of the results. If you don't want to spend any money, make sure to include the word "free" in your search. There are hundreds of websites on the Internet with thousands of emoticons.

  4. 4

    Type a few simple symbols already on your keyboard to create a free version of the comedy/tragedy emoticon. Simply type ":)" and ":(" and place them next to each other. They should look like :):(. Though this isn't an official emoticon, you can use it anywhere and get your theatrical message across.

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